How to Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus

Here’s how to enable USB debugging in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. By default turned off USB debugging mode in your device. To activate USB debugging, make sure turn on developer mode in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 plus. It will useful to the connection between your Samsung Note 10 and the computer with the Android SDK. You can find USB debugging mode under developer options settings.

Galaxy Note 10 developer options settings include memory used by apps, OEM unlocking, app RAM usage, USB debugging, USB configuration, Bluetooth audio codec, Transition animation scale and more. Follow below-given steps to turn on USB debugging in Galaxy Note 10 plus.

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How to enable USB debugging in Galaxy Note 10

To copy between your device and desktop, make sure turn on USB debugging in Samsung Galaxy Note 10. First of all turn on USB debugging using the below settings.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from top of the screen and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap About phone at the end of the page.

Step 3: Tap Software information.

Step 4: Tap Build number 7 times to show hidden Developer mode.

Step 5: Touch the back button to go to Note 10 settings.

Now activate developer options in your Samsung Note 10 & Note 10 plus devices.

Step 6: Tap Developer options.

Now turn on USB debugging in your Samsung Galaxy devices.

Step 7: Scroll down up to debugging section and turn on USB debugging toggle

Step 8: Tap OK.

If you don’t want to use it, disable USB debugging in your Samsung Note 10.

Enable OEM Unlocking in Android Devices

Want to allow the Bootloader to be unlocked? Activate OEM unlocking on Samsung galaxy using the below settings.

Settings > About phone > Software information > Developer options > OEM unlocking

Now you’ll enter your Samsung Note 10 into recovery mode and apply settings you want such as wipe cache/factory reset, reboot to Bootloader, Apply update from ADB, Mount/system, etc.

And that’s it. I hope this tip useful to enable USB debugging in Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Do you still have any questions? Tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.

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